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Semitruck tips over, spills 80,000 pounds of food on 35W in Minneapolis

No one was hurt, but crews closed the southbound lanes of 35W at Portland Avenue to clean up.
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No one was hurt, but crews closed the southbound lanes of 35W at Portland Avenue to clean up.

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